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Multimedia Network

The Bay Area quickly became a major multimedia industry center. Career opportunities in multimedia are growing and ever changing. Established and emerging multimedia design and production companies can be found all over the Bay Region, as can companies that create and distribute the technology that enables multimedia professionals to be successful. Students who gain skills necessary to enter careers in this exciting and fast-moving industry will be in high demand.

Activities of the Multimedia Network include:

  • Establishing, expanding and connecting multimedia design and production programs
  • Creating a broad range of School-to-Career activities to motivate students and encourage continued learning in post-secondary programs
  • Fostering collaborative design efforts between students, teachers and other participants across a range of multimedia products and services
  • Organizing extensive professional development that takes into account needs to learn technology and needs to develop effective teaching practices
  • Facilitating mentoring relationships and linking resources
  • Building awareness of the bilateral needs of industry and education and designing complementary ways of working together.

MMNet Partner Schools
Alameda High School, Alameda
Arroyo High School, San Leandro
Berkeley High School, Berkeley
Jesse Bethel High School, Vallejo
Castlemont High School, Oakland
Drake High School, San Anselmo
El Molino High School, Forestville
Fremont High School, Oakland
Fremont High School, Sunnyvale
Half Moon Bay High School, Half Moon Bay
Independence High School, San Jose
James Logan High School, Union City
Leland High School, San Jose
Liberty High School, Benicia
Lynbrook High School, San Jose
Menlo-Atherton High School, Atherton
Mt. Diablo High School, Concord
Mt. Eden High School, Hayward
Napa New Technology High School, Napa
North Monterey High School, Monterey
Oakland High School, Oakland
Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto
Piedmont High School, Piedmont
Prospect High School, Saratoga
Richmond High School, Richmond
San Leandro High School, San Leandro
San Lorenzo High School, San Lorenzo
San Marin High School, Novato
San Mateo Middle College High School, San Mateo
Santa Teresa High School, San Jose
Sequoia High School, Redwood City
Tennyson High School, Hayward
Terra Linda High School, San Rafael
Watsonville High School, Watsonville

MMNet Partner Organizations
Autodesk Foundation
Bay Area Council
Bay Area Economic Forum
Bay Area Industry Education Council
Bay Area Video Coalition
Bay Area Multimedia Partnership
Cabrillo College
California State University, Hayward
Central Occupational Center
DesignWorlds for Learning
Emeryville Unified School District
Ex'pression Center for New Media
Future Connections
New Ways Workers
San Francisco School-to-Career Partnership
San Jose City College
Siemens Information and Communication Networks
Vista Community College

BaySCAN's Multimedia Network receives the generous support of the Stupski Family Fund of the San Francisco Foundation and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation

Co-Chair: Brady Bevis, Program Director, Bay Area Multimedia Partnership

For more information on the Multimedia Network, contact:

510 795 6179 |

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